Al Waha Middle Eastern London

75 Westbourne Grove, W2 020 7229 0806 Open noon-midnight daily This gracious restaurant offers some of the best Lebanese food around town in modest, tranquil surroundings the name means the oasis”. Vegetarians are well catered for in the list of almost 50 hot and cold meze, and it’s always worth trying the daily specials. The set meals are particularly good value.

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